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This 60's garage band-sounding group of individuals was fronted by Russ Forster, the singer/drummer and primary songwriter. Russ was known for his long hair, work with various peace/anti-war organizations, along with the frequent toting of a "disco" lunchbox that often contained crayons and paper, among other things. Russ also headed up bands by the name of Barbie Army and Hostle Aliens, the latter featuring the contributions of Alan Jones, member of the post-punk/noise band, the End Result.
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This 60's garage band-sounding group of individuals was fronted by [[Russ Forster]], the singer/drummer and primary songwriter. Russ was known for his long hair, work with various peace/anti-war organizations, along with the frequent toting of a "disco" lunchbox that often contained crayons and paper, among other things. Russ also headed up bands by the name of [[Barbie Army]] and [[Hostle Aliens]], the latter featuring the contributions of [[Alan Jones]], member of the post-punk/noise band, the [[End Result]].
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Latest revision as of 15:57, 5 August 2016

This 60's garage band-sounding group of individuals was fronted by Russ Forster, the singer/drummer and primary songwriter. Russ was known for his long hair, work with various peace/anti-war organizations, along with the frequent toting of a "disco" lunchbox that often contained crayons and paper, among other things. Russ also headed up bands by the name of Barbie Army and Hostle Aliens, the latter featuring the contributions of Alan Jones, member of the post-punk/noise band, the End Result.